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way to educate our students is at the state level. that is between the local school board, teachers, and parents. i said i would take a look at the department of education, and it's possible, but they do some good things. we do not want to throw it away, but we need -- any federal organization, especially as big as the department of education, there's a lot of waste in there. give that money to the states. they can do it themselves. that's a state issue. it would be more economical doing it that way. we need to eliminate a lot of mandates from the department of education. i don't think a lot of career politicians, which i am not, but they do not grasp how these mandates that have been mandated down to the state, including education, they have to be paid for. it falls to the state usually. the federal government will just mandated. let's eliminate that and use our money wisely to focus it on a laser like the local schools, teachers, and the school boards. that's how you improve education. >> mr. casey. but this is a very important question that deals with our long-term economic growt
. firefighters say the cyclist was taken to a local trauma center with serious life-threatening injuries. children were on the bus at the time of the crash. no word on whether anyone on the bus was injured. but we are following this story and we'll bring you more details just as soon as we get them. >>> breaking news near los angeles where a gunman has opened fire at a business and a nearby home. three people have died, two others are wounded. right now investigators are still searching for that shooter. >>> a neighbor describes the business as a family-owned fire extinguisher company. this is all happening in the city of downey, about 20 miles from los angeles. >>> good afternoon, everybody. i'm jim handly. >> i'm pat lawson muse. >>> a big weather story developing right now. hurricane sandy could have a big impact on us. >> storm team 4 meteorologist veronica johnson is keeping a close eye on this. >> confidence has really been increasing with each computer models, guidance we look at. the storm system sandy, as a hurricane, could move very close to the east coast in that time period o
thousand customer outages. the utility has nearly 2,000 local and out-of-state crew members ready to restore power and they're already urging be patient. >> we cannot effectively and more importantly safely operate in wind above 25 or 30 mile-an-hour sustained and certainly gusts that are higher than that. the bucket trucks simply can't operate in that. the prioritization is we look to get the most customers back as as we can. >> b.g.e. is also reminding customers not to assume that they know your power is out. call 1-877-778-2222. >> governor on, -- o'malley is calling a state of emergency. >> our team coverage continues with 11 news david collins who has more on how local jurisdictions are getting ready for this storm system. >> hurricane sandy, the super storm, franken storm. it has lots of names but one potentially devastating consequence depending on the path it takes. >> we do not know exactly what the storm will do but we know it's coming to baltimore county and will have a severe impact. >> the concern we have is the duration of it. >> the baltimore county emergency operat
. >> check your local listings. >> we got harsh on judges today. i want to be clear, again, like yourself, judges are some of the most bright, upstanding -- >> dedicated. >> dedicated people i know. >> caringdedicated, caring peop. and it's just the few bad ones that get all the press and the good ones. >> got to go. nancy grace starts right now. >>> breaking news tonight. live westminster, colorado. 8:30 a.m. this little girl, 10-year-old jessica ridgeway, walks three blocks en route to school. mommy watches as she walks away from home. jessica never seen again. then a terrible find. the awful discovery. 10-year-old jessie's body dismembered, just a few miles from her own home. bombshell tonight. in the last hours an arrest goes down in the murder and dismemberment of 10-year-old schoolgirl jessie. a 17-year-old college students, a crime scene tech wanna-be who dreamed of being a mortician. >> we have made an arrest in the jessica ridgeway case. 17-year-old austin sigg is in our custody. >> a warrant is being served on a home. an arrest is being made. this are two charges, one and two, t
. that is where between the local school boards, teachers and parents. now i don't -- i said i wanted to take a look at the department of education, and it's possible. but they do some good things so we don't want to throw that away. but we need -- any federal organizations basically as big as the department of education there is a lot waste. just to get that money to the states. they can do it themselves and that is a state issue but it would be more economical doing that. and we need to eliminate a lot of mandates mandated by the department of education. that's what i don't think a lot of career politicians, which i'm not, but a lot of career politicians really don't grasp how these mandates that the federal government mandates down to the state including education. they have to be paid for and it falls to the state's usually. the federal government will mandate. let's eliminate that and use our money wisely, focus it like a laser on bill local schools and the teachers and the school board's. that's how you improve education. >> moderator: mr. casey? casey: monica, this is important as it r
and entrepreneurship in particular. then josh linkner, a local star here who runs detroit venture partners as i'm sure many of you know, if you're from detroit, you certainly know that, a supporter of this event which we're very grateful for, and i think symbolic of the incredible new energy that's developing in detroit. and i should also say that josh created a company calls eprize in 1999 here in detroit. it's been operating all this time. two weeks ago it sold for a nice exit. [applause] so here's the story of a local company that came from here, went all the way and, you know, he's done real well with that. meanwhile, he's invested in a ton of other companies. so i just want to start by asking you, steve, you know, when i told you about this, you immediately dropped it. why did you think techonomy detroit was a good idea? >> well, i think it's a great idea. i think it's great you're willing to shine a spotlight on detroit. it's not just about detroit, the story about entrepreneurship in america and how it is spread more broadly through the nation than we sometimes realize. obviously, silicon valle
tonight. the search is on for two local hikers missing in montana. >>> but first, after more than 30 years in public services colleagues remember former u.s. senator arlen specter. he died today at the age of 82. good evening, everyone. i'm jim rosenfield. specter passed away at his home from philadelphia from complications from nonhodgkin's lymphoma. the pennsylvania politician served in the senate for more than 30 years. he sparked controversy in 2009 when he switched parties to run as a democrat for his sixth term. specter said he didn't think he could win the nomination in the increasingly conservative republican party. he lost the primary to then-congressman joe sestak. >>> a developing story right now, a search under way tonight for two local hikers believed to be missing in montana. kneel peckens of virginia and jason hiser of maryland left for a hiking trip in glacier national park. family members reported them missing friday when they failed to catch their flight home. park rangers found their car later today and today six crews combed hiking trails and interviewed visitors. park
that fema personnel are working closely with state and local governments. we're making sure that food and water and emergency generation is available for those communities that are going to be hardest hit. we anticipate that the center of the storm is going to hit landfall sometime this evening, but because of the nature of this storm we are certain that this is going to be a slow-moving process through a wide swath of the country, and millions of people are going to be affected, so the most important message that i have for the public right now is please listen to what your state and local officials are saying when they tell you to evacuate, you need to evacuate. do not delay. don't pause. don't question the instructions that are being given because this is a serious storm, and it could potentially have fatal consequences if people haven't acted quickly. the good news is that the governors and local officials i think have had a few days of preparation. there's been extraordinarily close coordination between state, federal, and local governments, and so we're confident that the assets
to disrupt matches the local level, but the global economy. unfortunately, what you're hearing is too much of the gloom and doom in terms of where america is that it comes to competitiveness. my view is that it is still the best country on the planet when it comes to starting up a business in advancing ideas you have or access to talent. the challenge we have before us because we are the architects of our own destiny, the key issues we need to confront. if you look at the next 30 years, if we don't address i don't think we can remit the most competitive country in the world. first it comes down to immigration. it is broken. it makes absolutely no sense to educate some of the smartest people in the world with advanced degrees and then ask them to leave the country and go start up something elsewhere. why are you stapling right to their graduate application of these that were a green card. second, when it comes to education, the challenge we have domestically is that system is always broken as we look for the next 30 years. in detroit, for example, their 3400 i.t. job openings in the detroit
: dozens of local and national issues are on the ballot in the district. plus three d.c. council measures that would toughen ethics laws and force leaders to be forced from office. some still unresolved. >> we have very important local charter provisions to vote on. >> reporter: on the ethics thing? >> absolutely. >> reporter: maryland's early voting began saturday. virginia allows more traditional absentee balloting that's already begun. the early voting in the district is new since the 2008 presidential election. when voters were confronted with extraordinary lines for president obama, who got 93% of the vote. >> we had a situation where the morning vote on election day, the lines extended blocks and blocks and blocks. we'll see whether the early voting takes some of that pressure off. but we're ready. >> nationwide, 4.5 million people already have cast their ballots for november 6th. wendy, that includes me. >> good for you. thanks, tom. >>> banned for life, and out of the record books. today cycling's govning body stripped lance armstrong of his record seven tour de france titles. the
within the next four years. it means also helping local school districts that sometimes find the parents of school age children outvoted on bond issues, to give them some help with interest-free bonding authority so that we can build new schools and modernize the classrooms. we need to give teachers the training and professional development that they need, including a paid time off to go visit the classroom of a master teacher to pick up some new skills. i want to give every middle- class family a $10,000 a year tax deduction for college tuition so that middle-class families will always be able to send their kids on to college. i want to work for universal free school because we know from all the studies that the youngsters learn, kids learn more in the first few years of life than any where else. now, i said there was a contrast. governor bush is for vouchers, and in his plan he proposes to drain more money, more taxpayer money out of the public schools for private school vouchers than all of the money that he proposes in his entire budget for public schools themselves. and only one in
years. it means also helping local school districts that sometimes find the parents of school age children outvoted on bond issues, to give them some help with interest-free bonding authority so that we can build new schools and modernize the classrooms. we need to give teachers the training and professional development that they need, including a paid time off go visit the classroom of a master teacher to pick up some new skills. i want to give every middle- class family a $10,000 a year tax deduction for college tuition so that middle-class families will always be able to send their kids on to college. i want to work for universal free school because we know from all the studies that the youngsters learn, kids learn more in the first few years of life than any where else. now, i said there was a contrast. governor bush is for vouchers, and in his plan he propos to drain more money, more taxpayer money out of the public schools for private school vouchers than all of the money that he proposes in his entire budget for public schools themselves. and only one in 20 students would
butter she bought at her local grocery store. >> i had eaten peanut butter three days in a row. i just got so sick. this is a big deal. >> reporter: nearly three dozen people have been sickened in 19 states from coast to coast. this morning, there's concern that with so many products on the list, that number could be growing. now the entire list of products to stay way from is on the fda website. the name to look for is sunland. the challenge is that company makes peanut products used in many brands. >> gnthat's a huge challenge, thank you, jim. for a full list go goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo!. >>> now the rescue dog, duke the lee roe. he saved the life of their 9-week-old baby girl. dan harris with the story. >> reporter: duke was adopted from a shelter six years ago. a favor he's now repaid in spades. it happened last week when duke jumped on on the bed in the middle of the night, shaking uncontrollably. >> he is insanely obedient. this was extremely bizarre. >> reporter: they knew something wasn't right. they went to check on their 9-week-old baby girl, harper. >> if duke hadn't
. president obama holed up in nevada brought pizzas to a local campaign office and worked the phones right there with the volunteers and he joked about his debate preparations. >> they're keeping any indoors all the time. it's a drag. they're making me do my homework. >> in my view it's not winning or losing or even the people themselves, the president and myself, it's about something bigger than that. >> reporte governor romney appeared in denver. you can watch the debate. topic is domestic policy and moderator is jim lair. coverage begins at 6:00 tomorrow night. >>> a warning about a popular seafood. it's the details of a costco recall. >>> i'm jeff ranieri. temperatures holding onto the century mark in the east bay and starting to slowly climb on down into south bay right now with plenty of low 90s here across parts of san jose down to campbell. we'll have more on that full forecast in our seven-day in details on when major cooling will arrive in just a few minutes. ah. fire bad! just have to fire roast these tomatoes. do you churn your own butter what? too? this is going to g
legislation with a republican from missouri to help the community colleges to turn our local work force training to be more attuned with local business needs. veterans told me that the job skills they acquired in the military that they wanted to put to work here at home. the only ohioan to have a full term on the veterans committee, we want to help. in the fall of 2008, i remember vividly number of conversations with small business owners with workers in the automobile industry. i saw the fear in his face and the anxiety in his voice that he worried about the plant closings. how can i provide for my family, pay my mortgage? how can my daughter continue her education at community college? so i went to work to come first with president bush in fall 2008 and then with president obama in 2009 with dick lugar, carl levin, senators from all over this part of the country. it's not just about the big assembly plants in toledo, but it's about components in brunswick, the steel and aluminum made in this city. we talk about the owner of the diner and the manufacturers. there are real problems, rea
, politics being local, not global, they'll be aiming for impact on the electoral map. late polling to show you, including a new cnn/orc poll in florida that shows a statistical dead heat. 49% for the republican challenger, 48% for the democratic incumbent. let's switch maps and take a closer look. first inside florida, what's driving our new poll numbers? number one, governor romney and president obama have what we'll call a generational gap. look at this, among voters under the age of 50, the president wins by 20 points. among those 50 and older, a big lead for the republican ticket, 13 points. an indication there all those attacks on the republicans on medicare and social security not working as well as the obama campaign might hope. a generational gap, also an income divide. among those making less than $50,000 a year, a big win for if president. among those making $50,000 or more, a big win for governor romney. paul ryan on the republican side. why is this still so close? in part because close elections are won among independent voters and in the suburbs, a dead heat among independents
of two guys who survived a plane crash. >> a local firefighter shared video from a vacation she will not soon forget. >> we've got some clouds and showers out there right noi. tomorrow morning, showers and . >>> we are hour one. we just had a plane crash in the gulf of mexico and the ipad survived thanks to the case. >> with their plane sinking fast, their guys grabbed survival gear and their gienl pad. the men recorded this video while they were stranded at sea. three hours after the crash with the sun going down, the coast guard rescued them just in time. >> facebook has a new feature that will allow you to pay to get noticed. it's rolling out a "promote" feature for a fee, users will be able to make their posts show up higher on sfrends news feeds. the feature will be useful for everything from garage sale announcements to engagements. it's skppted to cost about $7 per promotion. >>> tonight, a student has been missing since monday. his name is brian glenn. he dropped off his brother and has not been seen since. his car was found a short time later. police and blood hounds co
on the west coast, your local news. this week it's a college football double-header. coverage begins at 2:00 eastern, 11:00 a.m. pacific. for more information on tonight's game and other major league baseball news, log on to foxsports.com, powered by msn, the world's favorite sports site. before we leave you here, those in fox would like to express our appreciatation for our partners. it's been a great association and partnership for the past 17 years. we are thrilled that fox sports will continue to be your home for major league baseball's postseason and world series for the next nine seasons. we would also like to thank the talented men and women who brought you the pictures, audio and graphics of our playoff telecast who spent much of october away from their families. a big thank you to each and every one ever you. i'm matt vasgersian, and to close out our coverage of the 2012 season, our faction crew has put together some of the plays and moments that made such a memorable october of baseball. see you next spring! >> and the magical season of the orioles continue! >> the first game wi
. obviously, this is a federal, state and local effort. the first thing i want to do is to thank reverybody that's been involved in the entire rescue and recovery process. at the top of my list, i have to say that governor christie, throughout this process, has been responsive and aggressive in making sure that the state got out in front of this incredible storm. and i think the people of new jersey recognized he's put his heart and soul into making sure the people of new jersey bounce back stronger than before. so i want to thank him for his leadership and partnership. i want to thank the congressional delegation, because part of the reason we're going to be able to respond quickly to all this is because they helped to make sure that fema financing was in place. and we're very appreciative of those efforts. i want to thank craig fugate. sometimes people just think fema and don't think about the people behind it. but craig lives and breathes this stuff, making sure we're providing the help people so desperately need. i want to thank all the first responders who have been involved in this pr
've seen in florida. i've seen some weird things from some pollsters. i saw one of the local polls by one of the papers down there. >> "the herald times." >> was that an outlier, seven points, eight points for romney? >> that was seven points up for romney. this election is going to be just like 2010, all about jobs. whoever the floridians believe is going to get the economy going that's who they're voting for. that's how i won. i think romney right now, as you could see in the debate. >> is he leading in florida? >> yes. >> by? >> i'd be shocked if it's -- >> less than seven but more than one. >> it's going to be just like my race. people, they either want a job or they want to get it, they need a job or want to keep their job. look, we've done really well, the biggest drop in unemployment, consumer confidence up five-year high, unemployment has dropped, the number of people in unemployment dropped 40%, tourism is up, 90 million people come in tourism, exports are up, home prices are up, construction is up, so we're headed in the right direction but it's still about jobs. >> isn't that a
bills. robert mccartney from the "washington post" joins us live to break it all down. >>> and a local rising star in the boxing ring joins us live. just a few days ago kevin rivers, jr. won his debut fight. his incredible climb to the top. >>> 7:57 now. we'll be right back. >>> straight ahead at 8:00, mitt romney's resurgence, the republican nominee comes out swinging at the first presidential debate from the economy to healthcare to funding for big bird. we'll have highlights and reaction in a live report. >>> good morning, everybody, i'm taupie perkins. >> i'm allison seymour. welcome to fox 5 morning news. happy you're with us today. >> we're also happy to have tucker barnes with us to tell us what we've got in store for today. yesterday was like a summer day, hot and muggy. >> yeah, it was muggy too, i really noticed the humidity. humidity is still with us this morning, we've got some cloud cover, couple of light showers moving through and gradually improvement today. so that's the word of the day, gradually improvement. >> i thought there was going to be some sunshine, i was w
is $1.3 million with $1 million going to a local lbe construction contractor, which is the sacker company which is a subcontractor to power engineering. so, we're really very pleased about that, and this is the project that's been on the books for a very long time and my kudos to everyone involved, which is too many people to mention. thanks, very great view of the bay there. motorcycle parking will be restored by the end of the month, which is something that people are concerned about. and from this hopefully we'll be able to restore the seating area as well. lastly i wanted to report on the grateful americas conference that occurred may 11. pete daly traveled to port commission with willie adams. there was a record attendance of 12,500 participants and the portmanaged, manned i guess is a better word, an exhibit for the couple of days during the conference. metro ports which is our steve adore company, had a boost and we hosted a cocktail reception for our key suppliers. our customers, if you will. and we also joined by not only commissioner adams as a member of the iowu interna
because there are demands for vehicles. i'm a project manager in new vehicle development. we're localizing even more vehicles. so this is a long-term investment and foresight that our executive management has. this is not some seasonal reaction. host: alicia in atlanta, georgia. we've got this on facebook, facebook.com/cspan. paul martin writes -- host: that's paul martin on our facebook page. back to the phones. reggie in sayerville, new jersey. he's a democrat, and he's optimistic. why is that, reggie? caller: i'm optimistic. i believe that despite all the ok kells that will the republican party has placed before barack obama, he is going to revive this economy. i also believe that you need to take a look at the worldwide economy, and you can understand how much better america is doing. that's the product of strategy and intelligent implication that the barack obama administration has. when i listen to these republicans, they're despicable. they practice all types of obstacles in front of this man. they lie. romney is a serial liar. host: let's go back to the economy. talk to me about th
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fires backs sound like you're trying to put answers to questions. that's where it ended. the local michigan station pulled that part of the interview off the website. they said the time was up and everyone making big deal out of nothing. congressman ryan's team statement they issued. reporter was well over allotted time interview when he started to ask a weird question related to gun violence with tax cuts. ryan responded anyone would with a strange situation, when you do 200 interviews in couple months eventually you will see a local reporter embarass himself. that from the ryan campaign. that is the back and forth. hope you're able to follow all that. be sure to follow us on thursday night for the first and only vice presidential debate between vice president joe biden and congressman paul ryan. coverage and analysis gets started at 8:55 eastern time. bill: i like your idea. do reenactment. give me the reporter. i'll be ryan. new survey of small businesses showing business owners are pessimistic about the near future. the future. the drop openings are dropping. charles payne with
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back. a check of this morning's local and national headlines, police in virginia are investigating three explosions at two different homes in stafford county and one in the city of fred rikzburg all caused by homemade bombs. the blast caused a lot of damage but no one was injured. >>> we are remembering the life of leticia baldridge this morning. baldridge, who worked in embassies in europe before coming to the white house later made a name for herself as the first woman executive at tiffany's and founded her own public relations company. she wrote more than 20 books on social etiquette and advised five first ladies. she passed away monday night in bethesda. leticia baldridge was 86 years old. >> wow. >> she could have written far more than 20 books on social etiquette and other things. what a life. >> all right. 7:17 now. tucker is back. >> good morning. >> how are you doing? >> fine. >>> we're going to maybe some more sunshine this afternoon and weather-wise, things will be cool for the trick or treaters but it shouldn't be rainy or windy. fortunately the forecast is going in the
for local campaigns. do you take -- did you link a candidate like michele bachmann to a national set of issues or do you stay just on the local? >> one thing you have on do when dealing with an extremist, and history goes back to when david duke ran for governor of louisiana years ago, it can't just be about extremism. we have to connect it back to the most meaningful issues of how it impacts your schools and the economy. you have to make it broader than just this person is too extreme. and you have to make a case that they're wildly out of touch. we talked about hypocrisy earlier and one race i'm involved in, there's a blow life, pro family tea party congressman in tennessee, and he's the one who is pro-life with his wife, but pro-choice with his mistress. and this sort of hypocrisy where he was recorded in a conversation trying to talk a mistress into getting an abortion. so you see the same thing with michele bachmann. the hypocrisy and the disconnect between where the electorate is on important issues and this extreme partisan view that she promotes in washington. >> jim, you wer
. there is radicalization. it is not there yet, but in places this is a day to day struggle. law enforcement and the local civilians are killed by the radicals. russia has a serious problem on their hands with that. beyond that, a lot of analysts point out that for the russian government, for an interim pension were there is an insurgency or even a civilian mass protests is a big no. that is why they want to support the syrian regime. let's not forget that this is in syria. a minority rule by the group that is close over 80% of the population which is sunni. somehow, the russian leaders and the analysts tend to disregard it or do not give enough weight to that. i really do not understand how come that little significant detail is being ignored. i find that when i talked to russian officials, a willful misunderstanding and that -- and lacking of knowledge about the middle east and islam. been referred to their own terrorists as criminals and the whole view was that these are just some groups that can be dealt through the prism of crime-fighting that's probably reminds some of us of some other countries tha
and they are fierce and the high tide combined with the length of this storm is the combination that local officials are really, really afraid of. they're taking every precaution and as residents are taking precautions gearing up, bracing for this storm, cnn is also making sure that we're doing this safe. i'm here with two photographers. eddie gross is on the ground with me and he's also fighting this wind and the rain we've been feeling all day long. up there, i just want to show you in the balconies, another photographer, dave rough, who is also hunkered down bracing himself along the wall here and these are the conditions that a lot of us are working under to make sure that we stay safe out here in the field, but, again, residents here obviously preparing for the worst, don, and making sure that they're boarding up their homes, boarding up their businesses and keep in mind, we're already feeling the effects of hurricane sandy and, you know, it's not even expected to hit here in more than 24 hours. >> listen, sandra, don't go anywhere. i have chad, i know you have to run and you have to do other r
's local field office talked about the latest cyber threats at a conference today saying it's important to recognize hackers aren't just going after large corporations. they're also targeting small businesses, and individuals. >> you know, basic steps that you take on your house, your car, you set the alarm, you lock your doors, you need to do that on your home computer. you'll end up being a victim. >> october is national cyber security awareness month. >>> a new online program unveiled today in virginia aims to help residents who receive social services benefits. the program called common help will allow virginians to check if they're eligible for energy and medical assistance, child care services and nutrition programs. it will also allow them to change or renew their public assistance benefits online. >>> we are expecting more answers tomorrow about the death of the six-day-old little giant panda cub at the national zoo. zookeepers found that cub dead last month after hearing a distress call from its mother mei xiang. problems with its liver and fluid in the lungs. there is a news c
. but in rehoboth beach, delaware, it's calm. erica gonzalez is there talking to locals who don't seem worried about the storms heading their way. >> reporter: doreen, we want to tell you about an hour ago, emergency officials were taking things very calmly, so as not to get anybody agitated, they still want to make sure everybody remains calm. but things have definitely changed here. this system is directly headed toward delaware is what we understand from emergency officials. that's what they've recently told us. they're expecting 10-foot high surge and torrential rain that could measure as much as a foot deep in some places. joseph thomas just met with the surrounding officials minutes ago. the very latest from him, residents that live in low-lying areas and mobile homes here in rehoboth are asked to make preparations to move out of the area now. they are asking these people not to wait for emergency evacuations to be put into place. again, if you live in the rehoboth area, in a low-lying area or mobile home, you're asked to make preparations to move out now. emergency planners could make evacuat
and ended up being the vice president of a local bank. she ended up living alone, by choice. the reason she could be independent was because of sscial security and medicare. she had worked all her life, put in the money, and understood there was a basic area of helping the poor.%+ that is what i think of when i think of entitlement. the name itself imply some sense of dependency on theepart of the spokess there are millions of people out there who are counting on this. my approach is to say how we -pstrengthen this. in medicare, what we did was we said we are going to have to bring down the cost if e are going to deal with long-term to do that, let's look at where some of the money is going. $700 billion for rebel to ave from the medicare program by no longer overpaying insurance companies, by making sure we were not overpaying providers, and using that money where we are actually able to lower prescription drug costs for seniors by an average of $600 and we were able to make a significant dent in providing them with the kind of preventive care that will ultimately save money throughout t
thirty-eight sends billions in new education dollars straight to our local schools, and guarantees the politicians can't touch it. thirty-eight will restore the education cuts from sacramento. so remember this number. thirty-eight. >> the first of three presidential debates is now in the book. we have got the word that on the national level, most polls indicate this race is a dead heat. among the popular vote in many of the swing states, it has tightened up considerably. in florida, it is a statistical dead heat. in the state of ohio, which nn republican has never won an not won the white house, the lead is in president obama's favo . >>> good evening, everyone. i'm frag somerville. >> julie maener. much of the discussion focus on the economy and jobs. >> as you said, the focus clearly on the economy from jobs to taxes to the deficit. mitt romney went on the attack early among other things on what he planned to cut. >> obama care is on my list, apologize mr. president. >> i like -- >> good. i'm sorry, jim, i will stop the subsidy to pbs. i like pbs. i like big bird. i will not keep
'm looking right at the sheet. government -- federal, state and local was only up 10,000. look, i know obama is going to crow about it. any president would crow about he needed some good news after getting walloped and having his clock cleaned at the debate. but my other point, jack -- >> larry, wait a minute, let me make one point. i've been reviewing businesses all week, 14 of them, okay, and not one of them is showing stronger growth in the third quarter than they did in the second. some are equal to the second, some are a little worse than the second. the economy was revised down in the second. it's implausible that you could be running at a 5% gdp growth rate, which is what these numbers are implying. >> the nonfarm payroll number was lousy. you're right about that. the nonfarm payroll and private sector numbers, 114,000 and 104,000 were lousy so i agree with that point. i want to challenge you on one other point, okay? the isms for manufacturing and services both outperformed. now they're walking back to the mid 50s. that shows better growth. maybe even 3% growth. car sales at 15 milli
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unfolded at 9:340 in the evening local time. we are learning for the first time that the ambassador moved to a safe room in the main building of the consulate. separately fox news is told that ambassador stevens followed the dictated evacuation and emergency plan that came from washington. after the fall of the libyan dictator gadhafi fox news is told that the state department did an assessment con khraougd the consulate could withstand an assault of only 15 minutes and much less if the number of assailants was greater than four. chairman issa saying this morning there is the political question and then there is a practical matter of security. >> the reason i called my committee back during this period of time in which most members are home campaigning, was that i thought it was so important that we get to the truth about the failure of security, because we have hundreds of missions an embassies and cons let's around the world, and if this has been repeated even once, and i don't act quickly then i failed to meet my obligation. >> reporter: two final points, this i shall you've the demons
local taliban edict and campaigned for the reist girls to an education. >> if you can help us in our education, so, please, help us. >> reporter: that put her on the taliban hit list. the extremists have threatened to come and shoot malala again if she survives. you can protect her? >> yeah, surely. you know, the state will do their best to protect her. she is a symbol of hope. she's, you know, a beacon of light for all the girls of this country. we would love to protect every malala of this country. >> reporter: that's the first tall order for pakistan security forces. the second will be to arrest malala's attackers. the police have detained and then released several people over the past few days, but so far, not the man who actually pulled the trigger. elizabeth palmer, cbs news, islamabad. >> axelrod: tensions continue to rise between neighbors turkey and syria. syria flexed the muscles today by moving tanks and troops to its border with turkey and by banning turkish airline flights over its territory. earlier this week, turkey intercepted a syrian plane, a move syria called air p
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